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Excellent features for the price.
 
I use this monocular for telephoto camera picture acquisition shots. It works great and the compass allows me to share observations with friends nearby while I grab the camera . It also has a ranging reticle to allow distance estimations. I haven't noticed any eye fatigue from extended use either. For the price, not bad. The ITAR designation is a little ridiculous, since this was made in China.

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Taewadadum can be read at B&H Photo
 
Taewadadum
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/05/2014
User Location: Central Indiana
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Very nice
 
Ever since I was kid, I wanted a pair of binoculars. But I did a bit of research on the web and ended up with this amazing monocular. You can't beat the price. View is very clear, with or without my glasses on. I like the folding eye cup feature, it helps to accommodate my glasses and it has great focus. Internal compass tells the direction of your target based on your possition (north, south, east, west). It has good lense covers and fits nicely in my hand. The reticle (range finder) is also...

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Alexis can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Alexis
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/04/2013
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This is a very good product.
 
Optics are very good presenting very sharp, clear images, but less bright that one should expect from an 8x42. Minimum focus distance is indeed a measured 10 meters; sufficient to be able to score 10 meter air targets from the line. I have not checked the compass but it appears to function consistently. On the serious plus side, it is sturdy and built like a tank. I've only been out in the rain with it once but there were no apparent ill effects. Overall, I would recommend it as a very well ...

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by KY Mel can be read at Amazon.Com
 
KY Mel
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/01/2013
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Compass is not in degrees
 
The compass is not in degrees. I had to go to Wikipedia to try and figure out what 6400 mils actually was. It appears the 7x42 marine version is in degrees though. This is strictly built for the military. Optics were good. Rubberized covering was good. Lens caps and everything else I liked but the compass was useless for general hiking and bearings with topo maps.

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Dennis can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Dennis
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/29/2014
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Nice monocular for all kinds of activities .
 
I got this monocular cavalry celestron yesterday and let me tell you that i am impressed by the quality of it. The range finder is nice and the compass is a plus. The quality of the optic is very high. The only reason why I didn't give it 5 start is because it doesn't have a clip to attached to your belt or your backpack also it doesn't have a internal light to used the compass or the range finder at night. Other than that it is a nice monocular.PS. It is made in china....

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Ed the last men standing. . can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Ed the last men standing. .
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/18/2014
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Excellent for I wanted for my Tactical Vest
 
I'm ex military, so this Cavalry model fit the bill for me. I'm use to working in Mil's so the directions on the compass are not new for me either. The Cavalry is small enough to fit in one of my Molle pouches and stays there. The cord is way to lite though, I replaced it with Para 550 cord. I like the optics and the image is extremely clear. There isn't much adjusting to gain a clear image. The set up for determining range and distance is easy to work with too. I would recommend this mon...

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Roxanne DeLay can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Roxanne DeLay
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/25/2014
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Five Stars
 
nice

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by John W can be read at Amazon.Com
 
John W
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 10/03/2014
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Four Stars
 
Excellent!!

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Amazon Customer can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Amazon Customer
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/28/2016
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Four Stars
 
Looks fine - have not really used it yet

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by russ bailey can be read at Amazon.Com
 
russ bailey
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/19/2016
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It was fine for that
 
I originally bought this for orienteering in the desert. It was fine for that. It's very durable, but it's a big piece of glass and a bit heavy if you're concerned about packweight. The angular scale, or rangefinder, is great for determining distance or size, as long as you know one of the two. Because it's such a big lens, it makes for a great stargazing monocular. I live in the city, and there are very few visible stars to the naked eye, but when I point this at one of the visible stars, ...

Celestron 71215 Cavalry 8x42 Monocular with Compass & Reticle review by Stephen can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Stephen
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/23/2016
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